2 items from 2010
A few months ago, I was lucky enough to go over to the Us for Wondercon in San Francisco. While there, I perused the stalls as everyone does at this rather unique event. During my travels, I found something that caught my eye and I’ve sort of been waiting for today to post it… why? Well, today marks exactly 25 years since The Goonies was released in the Us. To mark the celebration, many of the original Goonies are in Astoria, Oregon to celebrate along with hundreds of Goonies fans from across the world.
We have Andy Petrou out there for HeyUGuys and as you can see from the photos that Jon put up, she’s having rather an awesome time meeting Cory Feldman, Sean Astin, Joe Pantoliano and director, Richard Donner. The Goonies to me is everything that I loved about my childhood. I remember watching the movie over, »
- David Sztypuljak
Well here's something completely out of left field. How would you like to own a Kevin Smith zombie figure for your horror collection? This new Night of the Living Kev "InAction figure" stands five-inches tall and comes with absolutely no accessories or articulation. If you pay close attention he's wearing the Monroeville Zombies T-shirt seen in Zack & Miri Make a Porno.
You can pre-order this little guy over at Urban Collectors for only $13 and I'm sure other online retailers will have some on hand too. The figure is set to hit shelves come January 27th.
Never one to pass up an opportunity for blatant pandering, Kevin Smith and Graphitti Designs are proud to present their new Night of the Living Kev InAction Figure. Continuing the tradition of producing figures that lack any articulation or motion whatsoever, we immortalize in fine injected plastic, the man who made 'inaction' a lifestyle choice. »
2 items from 2010
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